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      panting by numbers: 24 game keepers , 60 vicars and 87 stockbrokers among 49,795 starters for 2012 london marathonever wondered if you were born in the wrong century? a breakdown of finishing times for last year's london marathon shows that 992 runners finished in under three hours t a time like that 100 years ago would have ranked them among the fastest runners in the world.at the sharp end of the men's 2012 field will be last year's winner emmanuel mutai and world-record holder patrick makau t berlin has provided three of the last four men's world records , as the table below shows t the last world record-setting run in london was khalid khannounchi's 2:05:38 in 2002 - broken a year later by paul tergat in berlin – which started nine years of the german capital's complete dominance.but with mutai , makau and compatriot wilson kipsang among the starters at greenwich this year – and hoping to secure places in kenya's olympic team – a fast time could be on the cards.we've also dug out some articles from the guardian's archive going back to 1908 – see the table above for more links t the account of the 1908 london olympic race has italy's dorando disqualified after friends helped him around the track in the final stages – rumours of his death from exhaustion were exaggerated t second-placed johnny hayes was upgraded to first and awarded the world record – for a time of 2:55:19 – it makes for fascinating reading.in the 2012 women's race , mary keitany defends her title against runners including four fellow kenyans , five quality ethiopians and double london champion irina mikitenko t virgin , the marathon sponsors , provide a breakdown of all this year's 49,795 runners by occupation t as you can see from the table below , teachers are the best represented profession , with a strong showing from accountants and students t there are also stockbrokers , game keepers and vicars.the breakdown by nationality (see table below) shows 92.7% of this year's runners come from the uk – but people from countries as far afield as afghanistan , fiji and guam have managed to get places.virgin also sent me a breakdown of last year's finishing times – split into 15-minute sections.i'm running on sunday – and hoping to get near three hours if all goes to plan t i could have been a contender fdownload the data• data: download the men's world record spreadsheet , 2012 runners by occupation , 2012 runners by nationality and 2011 breakdown by finish time.new! buy our book• facts are sacred: the power of data (on kindle)more open datadata journalism and data visualisations from the guardianworld government data• search the world's government data with our gatewaydevelopment and aid data• search the world's global development data with our gatewaycan you do something with this data?• flickr please post your visualisations and mash-ups on our flickr group• contact us at data@guardian.co.uk• get the a-z of data• more at the datastore directory• follow us on twitter• like us on facebooklondon marathonrunningnick meadguardian.co.uk
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      david mcgillivary , project lead of citizen relay , recounts the achievements of citizen journalists using the olympic torch as a starting point for interviews about scottish identity • get the data• more data journalism and data visualisations from the guardianscotland has been host to the olympic flame for a week and the citizen relay team have been on the road with the official convoy as it travels through the barren landscapes , villages , towns and cities of a nation which , until this week , had yet to publicly fall in love with the london 2012 olympic games t jennifer jones explained the ethos of the project in her datablog post last week t we are using accessible tools that enviable content to be generated , uploaded to our website and amplified via social media within minutes of its production t community media centres have been set up hastily in local libraries , coffee shops , community pubs and other available spaces where the wifi signal is strong and the hospitality is warm t we've based ourselves in the heart of the communities visited , contributed to the local economy and reported on local residents' impressions of the so-called 'activation convoy' that rolls through their locale in a matter of minutes t as of today our team of citizen journalists have generated 207 audioboo interviews , nearly 110 youtube videos , 805 flickr photos , 350 instagram images , between 2-3000 website hits per day (and 20,000 since 1st june) and the effective sharing of content using the
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      jennifer jones describes how her 60 strong team of citizen journalists will be using the olympic torch as a starting point to explore a deeper sense of identity in scotland get the datatoday the olympic torch begins its tour of scotland - with a week of celebrations planned throughout the country t unlike previous olympic games , this one is taking place in an age with widespread instant communications and with access to the data that allows us to explore questions about our identity - based on evidence rather than assertion t taking this unique opportunity , we will be there to welcome the torch , not as spectators , but as a team of scotland-wide community reporters as part of the citizen relay project t citizen relay aims to capture the alternative stories of the torch relay , turning the camera away from the flame and back onto the crowds and communities that it passes through t this is not about the olympics itself , this about finding and making sense of community and national identity that is all to often standardized for the sake of a media event.over the course of the last 3 months , we have trained 8 interns and over 60 citizen relay reporters to turn their mobile phones into media making tools in order to capture the sentiment of the olympics t the reporters have been trained to interview people and explore themes that arise t the 60 reporters now share these skills with new members of our team and their family , friends , colleagues and communities - so the reporting can spread and we can go on investigate further t we now have in place an infrastructure that uses the ffcitizenrelay twitter hashtag to pull together a scotland-wide narrative , focusing on the local but uses a national event to draw out themes that affect the entire country t using the common web platforms such as twitter , youtube , flickr and audioboo , we are keen to draw out and visualize stories that emerge on the route t the ones that the mainstream media will not be able to resource , or possibly not be able to tell in terms of their expectations of covering an event such as the olympic games.we must recognize here that there is more to the controlled , accredited media frame that the international olympic committee and their trusted organising committees hold so dear t many themes emerge time and time again when it comes to the critique of the games past and present t branding control , sponsorship issues , community displacement and restrictions of protest are all common stories that have been told previously , but it isn't until you live through an olympics in your home nation that you understand what others have been through.we will be on the road for 9 days to make sense of what the olympics actually means for scotland t ffcitizenrelay is a start to not only capture evidence and data in this area , but to train others how to produce it in a format that can be useful for journalists and researchers in this field t it is an opportunity to prepare for london 2012 , to catch and tell those stories that have not been possible in previous olympiads t there is a real opportunity to reclaim some of the grand claims of history that are so often made on our behalf by those who are in charge of the situations.here's a database of our tweets so far and a collection of complete interviews that have been conducted in the build up to the event t please explore our data and let us know what you think in the comments below t download the data• data: download the full spreadsheet of tweets using the ffcitizenrelay hash ffg• data: interviews on audiofoo• data: images of the project on flifkrmore open datadata journalism and data visualisations from the guardianworld government data• search the world's government data with our gatewaydevelopment and aid data• search the world's global development data with our gatewaycan you do something with this data?• flickr please post your visualisations and mash-ups on our flickr group• contact us at data@guardian.co.uk• get the a-z of data• more at the datastore directory• follow us on twitter• like us on facebookdata journalismcrowdsourcingolympic torcholympic games 2012citizen mediascotlandjennifer jonesguardian.co.uk
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